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Last Show Recap

In the first half, Dr. Joel Wallach returned to discuss the human body's innate ability to heal itself through natural means and supplementation, without the use of dangerous and expensive pharmaceuticals.

Dr. Mark Pitstick, MA, DC, who has over forty years' experience and training in hospitals, pastoral counseling settings, mental health centers shared evidence-based answers to important questions about spirituality and the soul in the second half.

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Donna Dickenson

Special Guest

Biography:

Donna Dickenson was born in New England and educated at Wellesley College and the London School of Economics. Since obtaining her PhD in philosophy and medical ethics, she has held a number of prestigious academic posts in Britain and has served on many hospital clinical ethics committees. Now Professor Emeritus at the University of London, she has written twenty books, of which Body Shopping is the most recent. In 2006 she received the international Spinoza Lens Award for contribution to public debate on ethics.

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Population Control

During the first half of the program, Ian was joined by author Matthew Connelly, who shared his research into the history of world population control and the underlying misconception that all of the world's big problems (poverty, war, pollution, etc.) have been caused because there are too many people on the planet. Connelly discussed some of the people and organizations involved in population... More »

Host: Ian Punnett
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